Q: Tell us a bit about yourself.
A: I am from Torawari in District Hangu, which is famous for its beautiful green hills and fresh natural water. I completed my bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from the University of Peshawar in 2017. My favourite subject is programming because it is very interesting.
Q: Share with us your work experience?
A: I worked as a .NET intern and backend developer at Precise Technology Peshawar. I also worked as a .NET core developer (web) at AcmeLogic Systems Peshawar.
Q: How do you think your previous managers/coworkers would describe working with you?
A: A quick learner and a very good team player.
Q: How did you come to know about the Government Fellowship Innovation program?
A: Through Code for Pakistan’s Facebook page.
Q: On what project are you working here? How is it helping you to build your capacity?
A: I am assigned to the KPITB Support team. I am working on a project called Hospital Management System for BHUs, working on this project is helping me improve my coding skills, database designing and frontend skills.
Q: How many of these skills did you learn from the internet on your own?
A: I have learned about programming and web development online.
Q: What are your greatest strengths and weaknesses?
Strengths: disciplined and responsible
Weaknesses: self-critical and sensitive
Q: What do you do in your spare time?
A: I like to learn new technologies, play sports, and read books.
Q: What was the motivation behind joining the Fellowship?
A: The reason I have joined the Fellowship is to work in collaboration with government departments and connect with skilful people to further polish my skills
Q: What do you like the most about the Fellowship Program?
A: My favourite part of the Fellowship Program is the informative training sessions conducted by mentors from diverse disciplines.